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2022First Grade Mengding-Ganlu(蒙顶甘露)Pre-Qingming Green Tea 50g Tin

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China's oldest curly (kneading) green tea, produced in Mengding Mountain, Sichuan, has a sweet taste like dew and an elegant aroma.

Picking time: March 24 (Pre-Qingming First Spring tea)

Name: Mengding Ganlu

Net Weight: 50g per Tin.

Grade: 1st Grade

Origin: Core Regions from Mengding Mountains Sichuan Province.

Dry Tea: Curly, pale green, full of tea leaves

Aroma: Floral

Soup: Clear green

Taste: Sweet and moist

Wet Tea: buds are plump and beautiful in shape

Storage method: Store in a cool, dry, dark place. For long-term storage, it is recommended to place it below 0°C to keep the green tea fresh.

How to brew?

Tea Set: Glass Cup

  1. Put 3g of tea first, add 1/3 ofwater, smell the tea aroma.
  2. Add 1/3 of the water and wait for 2-3 minutes for the tea leaves to stretch before drinking

About Our Mengding-Ganlu:

Why is it called Mengding Ganlu?
This tea is produced in Mengding Mountain, Sichuan, and is named after its tea soup is as sweet as the refreshing dew.

The origin of Mengding Ganlu?

During the Western Han Dynasty more than 2,000 years ago, Wu Lizhen, the ancestor of tea planting, planted seven tea trees on the Mengding Mountain in Sichuan, which started the history of artificial tea cultivation. Here, the drizzle is hazy all year round, and the annual precipitation is more than 2000mm, which is very suitable for the growth of tea trees. In the folk, Mengshan tea is regarded as a divine thing to cure diseases, so Mengding tea with a long history is also called "fairy tea".
For many tea lovers, tasting this cup of tea soup from the ancient Chinese tea tree means the beginning of the new year of tea.

If you want to taste the black tea made in Mengshan, please click here

In late March this year, other tea areas in China were still quiet, but the temperature in Sichuan had already warmed up, and the tea on Mengding Mountain had buds. The spring tea before the Ming Dynasty is the most precious and rare.
Purely hand-picked single buds, wrapped in rich and dense tea, the soup color is blue and clear, the taste is fresh and sweet like dew, and the teeth and cheeks are fragrant.

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